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Adding a distance sensor to the Arduino Robot

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Trainee Electronics Engineer, currently studying towards my degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Hudderfsield. Completed my HND in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Bradford College 2017. Love to try new things and build interesting projects!

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April 5, 2015 23:41

I'm looking to do something exactly like this for a project. I have the robot, will i need just the sensor, a 3-pin female cable, and pins to solder onto the boards? I also have a question about the picture. In one picture the sensor is on the pins you soldered in and in another its on pins M0, i believe. Why is this?
Thank you in advance!

February 2, 2015 16:09

Dear Chelsea,

I am using the same robot and trying to make a similar project as you -Avoid obstacles - but a different sensor (Ultrasonic V1.0) and it does not work at all I tried everything. I put it in TK2 and D4 but nothing happened. What am I doing wrong?? also if you have a sample code for this project??

Best,
Abdelrahman

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October 31, 2014 12:30

It has been just released an expansion kit for Arduino Robot, that includes an ultrasonic sensor, an infrared remote controller with receiver and some other accessories boards ( led, LDR etc)

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October 16, 2014 09:11

Great Blog Chelsea,

I may have to buy one of these Arduino robots now..

Dave

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